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International & National Reaction

UN News Centre - News Focus on Iraq
Statements, briefings and news from around the United Nations.

Americans and the World
The site includes comprehensive analyses of polling on various international topics.

White House - Renewal in Iraq
For more than a decade, Saddam Hussein has deceived and defied the will and resolutions of the United Nations Security Council by, among other things: continuing to seek and develop chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons, and prohibited long-range missiles; brutalizing the Iraqi people, including committing gross human rights violations and crimes against humanity; supporting international terrorism; refusing to release or account for prisoners of war and other missing individuals from the Gulf War era; refusing to return stolen Kuwaiti property; and working to circumvent the UN's economic sanctions.
– Remarks by President Bush and Prime Minister Blair on Transfer of Iraqi Sovereignty (June 28, 2004)
– President Removes Iraq Sanctions (May 7, 2003)
– President Bush Announces Combat Operations in Iraq Have Ended (May 1, 2003)
– Remarks by the President Upon Return From Camp David (Mar. 23, 2003)
– President Bush (Mar. 19, 2003):

A Year After Iraq War (March 16, 2004)
A year after the war in Iraq, discontent with America and its policies has intensified rather than diminished. Opinion of the United States in France and Germany is at least as negative now as at the war’s conclusion, and British views are decidedly more critical. Perceptions of American unilateralism remain widespread in European and Muslim nations, and the war in Iraq has undermined America’s credibility abroad.

Survey finds hope in occupied Iraq (Mar. 16, 2004)
An opinion poll suggests most Iraqis feel their lives have improved since the war in Iraq began about a year ago.

Statement by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson (Mar. 20, 2003)
Following the start last night of combat operations involving some allies, NATO's Permanent Representatives met this morning in both North Atlantic Council and Defence Planning Committee format.

Middle East Newspapers

Kingdom of Bahrain
– Akhbar Al Khalij - Manama
– Al Ayam - Manama
– Alwasat Newspaper - Manama
– Gulf Daily News (English) - Manama

Islamic Republic of Iran
– Ettela'at - Teheran

Republic of Iraq
– Iraq Today - Baghdad
– Iraq Daily - Baghdad

State of Israel
– Al-Quds - Jerusalem
– Ha'aretz (English Version) - Tel-Aviv
– Jerusalem Post (English) - Jerusalem
– Ma'ariv - Tel-Aviv
– Yedioth Aharonoth - Tel-Aviv

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
– Ad Dustour - Amman
– Jordan Times (English) - Amman

State of Kuwait
– Kuwait Times (English) - Al-Kuwait

Lebanese Republic
– Al-Anwar - Beirut
– An-Nahar - Beirut
– Daily Star (English) - Beirut
– L'Orient/Le Jour (French) - Beirut

Sultanate of Oman
– Oman Daily - Ruwi
– Oman Daily Observer (English) - Ruwi

State of Qatar
– Al Watan - Doha
– Al-Sharq - Doha
– Gulf Times (English) - Doha

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
– Al-Riyadh - Riyadh
– Arab News (English) - Jeddah
– Asharq Al-Awsat - Jeddah

Syrian Arab Republic
– Al-Thawra - Damascus
– Teshreen - Damascus

Republic of Turkey
– Dunya - Istanbul
– Hurriyet - Istanbul
– Sabah - Istanbul
– Turkish Daily News (English) - Ankara
– Yeni Asir - Izmir
– Zaman - Ankara

Republic of Yemen
– Al-Thawra - Sana'a
– Yemen Times (English) - Sana'a

United Arab Emirates
– Al-Ittihad - Abu Dhabi
– Gulf News (English) - Dubai
– Khaleej Times (English) - Dubai

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